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Imagine the shock of a homeowner when they get a bill from their electric company that's twice as high as previous statements. Outrage will likely ensue as they decipher the bill and determine that one of the latest additions to their home have driven electrical costs through the roof.

Buried in the health car reform legislation is a mention of a paper-making byproduct known as "black liquor." This substance, a wood-pulping byproduct, is utilized as a biofuel to generate electricity for paper-making companies throughout the U.S. Up until now, companies utilizing this black substance could claim a hefty tax credit related to the use of biofuels for production purposes.